Aeroengines - compressible flow, Other Engineering

All fluids are to some extent compressible but gases show significant changes in density if pressure and/or temperature is changed.

Some gas flows can be treated as being incompressible but the following cases involve appreciable changes:

(a) Velocities near or larger than speed of sound (i.e. M > 1)

(b) Large accelerations of gas

(c) Large changes in elevation (e.g. in Year 1 Fluid mechanics lectures)

(d) Natural convection - flows with heat transfer 

Since for a perfect gas

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